Twitter reacts to Paradise Papers seasonal shot
The Isle of Man's tax regime has not escaped the gaze of international press front pages - even in the midst of the Christmas lull.
BBC News' annual Boxing Day Family Puzzler features a range of trivia questions to tackle today.
One of them relates to allegations the broadcaster made in November surrounding the import of business jets here to avoid VAT.
But the seasonal shoutout hasn't sat well with some.
Twitter users were quick to set upon the BBC's Home Editor Mark Easton - who wrote the quiz - to set the record straight.
Taking yet another dig at the Isle of Man ? Most people here work for a living and pay their taxes , if the aircraft registry is lawful and its successful what is your problem ?— Andy H (@AndyManx2) December 26, 2017
Are all equally paid, per BBC largesse rules?— Peter Martin (@JunkkMale) December 26, 2017